Feature Documentaries

The Forgotten Nuclear Victims

From 1950 to 1990, France, the United-States and the United Kingdom dropped hundreds of nuclear bombs on the Pacific islands. At the cost of sacrificing the local populations.

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Nomad Solitude

Laurie, Kristy and Linda each live alone on the roads of America, sleeping in their vehicles. They are just three among thousands of modern American nomads who can no longer afford to pay for conventional housing.

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Don’t Come Back: In the Ruins of Mosul

July 2017, Mosul is freed but in left in ruins. Ghadeer, a young journalist who fled to Brussels when Mosul fell into the hands of ISIS decides to abandon the promise of a future in Europe to return home.

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First to Stand: The Cases and Causes of Irwin Cotler

'First to Stand' follows Irwin Cotler and his team of young activists at the Raoul Wallenberg Centre as they take on the cases and cause of political prisoners and human rights activists battling against the world’s most repressive regimes.

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Cryptoqueen: The Onecoin Scam

In this mini-series, also available as a film, we tell the unbelievable story of the OneCoin digital currency ponzi scheme from the inside.

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Duty of Care: The Climate Trials

A true crime documentary about courts, climate change, and the unknown lawyer(s) who might just save the world.

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Spanton vs the French Police

Multi-award-winning director Ovidie re-examines the issue of consent in "Spanton Vs. The French Police". A story which asks questions which trouble us all in the post #MeToo era.

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Atomic Hope: Inside the Pro-Nuclear Movement

'Atomic Hope' follows a tiny global movement of unpopular pro-nuclear activists, who strongly believe we need nuclear power in order to decarbonize our energy systems, before catastrophic climate change occurs.

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China: The Uighur Tragedy

More than a million Uighurs are being arbitrarily detained in camps where they undergo torture, re-education, forced labour and are banned from speaking their own language. What are the real reasons behind this relentless repression

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